It isn't complicated. He admits he knew the brakes were out, refused to use the runaway ramp (or because he doesn't know English, didn't know to use it....and should NEVER have been able to pass a CDL test anyway) and was therefore reckless. He also said he didn't want to roll the truck in the ditch, and therefore drove into parked traffic. He was more worried about his own life and his truck/load (was lumber the only thing in that truck or was he transporting something illegal that he didn't want found if he did take the runaway ramp?) than he was about human beings stopped on the interstate in front of him! I am fine with immigrants coming to this country to work toward a better life, but when their inability to speak/read English could put lives at risk, they darn-well better not be hired for jobs over English speaking citizens!
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